Wild Horse Museum
Tucked in quaint Old Corolla Village you will find the Wild Horse Museum operated by the Corolla Wild Horse Fund, caretakers of the wild horse herd. The museum welcomes visitors year-round and provides free information about the wild Spanish Mustangs that roam the northern beaches of the Currituck Outer Banks. The museum includes touch exhibits for children, a wall-sized aerial map of the horse’s range, video displays, and friendly staff to answer questions about how to see the horses as well as learn about their historic significance. Admission is free and nominal fees apply to children’s activities. Story hours are held on rainy days from 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Please call for reservations. Children’s activities such as live mustang visits, horse painting and mustang rides are offered during the summer months. Tuesday & Thursday – Paint A Mustang Ranging from $5 - $35, this event is held every Monday in Corolla and Scarborough Faire in Duck. Your child can paint a wooden horse cutout any way they like. Wednesday & Friday – Mustang Rides Your child can ride a gentle Colonial Spanish Mustang. Rides are $6. Wednesday in Scarborough Faire in Duck and Fridays in Corolla. Sales in our gift shop help fund efforts to preserve and protect the horses.